Knowledge Sharing, Control of Care Quality, and Innovation in Intensive Care Nursing

Minna Paunova, Jason Li-Ying, Ingrid Eugenie Egerod

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    Abstract

    This study investigates the influence of nurse knowledge sharing behavior on nurse innovation, given different conditions of control of care quality within the intensive care unit (ICU). After conducting a number of interviews and a pilot study, we carried out a multi-source survey study of more than 200 nurses employed in 22 ICUs at 17 Danish hospitals. Overall, we find that knowledge sharing among individual ICU nurses has a positive impact on their innovation. Meanwhile, strong control of care quality makes this positive impact less effective. However, different aspects of knowledge sharing affect innovation differently, depending on the strength as well as type of control of care quality within the unit. Healthcare organizations face an increasing pressure to innovate while controlling and accounting for care quality. This study demonstrates that the increasing pressures to implement control of care quality and innovate may be conflicting, unless handled properly.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication date2016
    Number of pages31
    Publication statusPublished - 2016
    EventThe Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2016: Making Organizations Meaningful - Anaheim, United States
    Duration: 5 Aug 20169 Aug 2016
    Conference number: 76
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    ConferenceThe Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2016
    Number76
    CountryUnited States
    CityAnaheim
    Period05/08/201609/08/2016
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    Keywords

    • Innovation
    • Knowledge sharing
    • Control of care quality

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    Paunova, M., Li-Ying, J., & Egerod, I. E. (2016). Knowledge Sharing, Control of Care Quality, and Innovation in Intensive Care Nursing. Paper presented at The Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2016, Anaheim, United States.
    Paunova, Minna ; Li-Ying, Jason ; Egerod, Ingrid Eugenie. / Knowledge Sharing, Control of Care Quality, and Innovation in Intensive Care Nursing. Paper presented at The Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2016, Anaheim, United States.31 p.
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    Knowledge Sharing, Control of Care Quality, and Innovation in Intensive Care Nursing. / Paunova, Minna ; Li-Ying, Jason; Egerod, Ingrid Eugenie.

    2016. Paper presented at The Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2016, Anaheim, United States.

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